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Through this course, we will understand why we need to have a weekly plan, the components of a weekly plan and how it all comes together over the duration of a week for both teachers and students to have meaningful learning experiences.

Course Overview

Thank you for embarking on this journey. This course falls under the category Classroom Instruction. This course has 5 sections. It is meant for teachers who want to learn how they can prepare for a week of instruction planning. This course will teach you to identify the criteria of an excellent weekly plan and then use this information to design a weekly plan of your own. This course sits in between your ability as a teacher to plan for a lesson and a unit of instruction.


This course meets the following standards:

  • Teaching As Leadership Standards

a. P-2 Backwards- plan by breaking down longer-term goals into bundles of objectives and mapping them across the school year (in a long- term plan and unit plans)

b. E-6 Evaluate and keep track of students' performance on assessments so that the teacher and students are aware of students' progress on academic, behavioral and investment goals

  • CENTA Standards:

a. CD.3.1a: Knowledge of different types of planning resources and the process for creating each.

b. WP.1.2a: Ability to plan time, prioritise and sequence activities and respond to dynamic situations.

c. CC.4.1a: Ability to use time in class productively, with techniques appropriate to the context of classroom setting.

Course Duration in Hours: Approx. 2-3 hours
Skill Level: Beginner
Certificate On Mail: Yes

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